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Powering 3D Printed Micromotors With E.Coli Bacteria, Sapienza University Study



7/21/2017 6:16:10 AM

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Researchers from the Sapienza University of Rome have created 3D printed micromotors that can be powered by E.coli bacteria.

The group created micromotors using a custom-built two photon polymerization setup and were able to autonomously capture and harness the swimming bacteria. Two photon polymerization is a type of stereolithography and involves the use of a laser to cure materials into intricate 3D structures.

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